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Kirkland to Present Two House Concerts

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Five soloists will perform in two concerts at Kirkland House this week. The concerts, sponsored by the Pierian Sodality and the Harvard Music Club, will be held in the Junior Common Room at 8 p.m. tonight and Friday.

Reese F. Professor '50 1G, vision-cellist, and Norman Z. Wolfsohn 3G, pianist, will present a program of sonnies by Handel, Bach, Hindemith, and Brahms tonight. On Friday, Robert T. Gartside, Jr. '50, tonor, William, F. Russell, planist, and Andrew M. Health, Jr. '50, pianist, along with the Eliot String Quartet, will offer a program of Faure, Haydn, and Vaughan Williams.

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